Data Analyst

London
Up to £34000 per annum

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DATA ANALYST

LONDON

£34, 000 + BENEFITS

Are you looking for an opportunity to challenge yourself in a leading media company based in Central London? They have an established data & analytics team which offer exceptional training opportunities for the right candidate to GROW and DEVELOP their technical skills on tools such as SQL, Python, Tableau, JavaScript and salesforce.

THE COMPANY

As a data analyst, you will be working for a large media company who offer exceptional training opportunities. They take training extremely seriously so if you're a graduate with a master's degree from a mathematical discipline then this may be the perfect opportunity for you to develop your technical skills. In addition to the unrivalled training they offer they also have a great office culture and take a relaxed approach.

THE ROLE

The role is extremely varied which is why it may be perfect for a graduate looking to gain a variety of experience in their first role. You will get the opportunity to learn and use key analytical tools such as SQL, Python and Tableau. You will provide insight on areas such as what products customers are buying, why they are buying them and identifying potential pitfalls within the business. They are not looking for the finished article but someone who is enthusiastic to learn and has excellent communication skills.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Experience of using SQL, Python and Tableau even if not in a commercial setting is beneficial
  • Expert communication skills with the ability to tell a story with data to tech and non tech audiences
  • Having a clear scope to use your own expertise to come up innovative solutions to solve potential problems on the data that is gathered.

THE BENEFITS

  • £34, 000
  • Fantastic training and progression opportunities amongst an established data analytics team
  • Further learning progression on soft skills

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Richard Jones via the Apply link on this page.

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